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How Black History Inspired My Entrepreneurial Journey

Bianca Lambert

How Black History Inspired My Entrepreneurial Journey

Miss Tina and her beautiful daughters gave us great interviews throughout the month of January that led me to reflect on own upbringing.  Solange's recent interview for Interview Magazine where her sister, Beyonce talks with her about the inspiration behind her hit album "A Seat At The Table" resonated with me like their albums, "Lemonade" and "A Seat At The Table."  Like the Knowles sister's, I too grew up in a home filled with black art, history, and culture all around me.   Black art was (still is) on every wall, coffee table, and bookshelf.  A Signed Print of By...


3 Cocktails To Try This Holiday Season

Bianca Lambert

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3 Cocktails To Try This Holiday Season

It's the holidays! This is the perfect time to indulge in your favorite holiday drink. Here are three recipes that are sure to be a hit this holiday season!


DIY Lavender Scrub

Bianca Lambert

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DIY Lavender Scrub

This Lavender Sugar Scrub is the perfect gift for anyone that loves a little at home pampering. Oh, and it's super easy to make since you just need four ingredients! I used organic ingredients from the Dekalb Farmers Market and packed the finished scrub in half-pint jars in less than 10 minutes. What You'll Need:1 cup sugar1/4 cup coconut oil (melted)8-10 drops lavender essential oil1 1/2 pint canning jar1 tsp of dried lavender (optional) Directions: First, microwave coconut oil in a heat safe bowl for approximately 45 seconds, or until melted.Next, combine sugar and coconut oil together in a medium-sized...


Why I Love Rockin' My Red Lipstick

Bianca Lambert

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Why I Love Rockin' My Red Lipstick

When I was a teenager, I was told that I couldn't wear red lipstick because my lips were "too big" and my brown skin was "too dark". That comment has stuck with me my entire life. Like many dark skinned beauties, I have heard "You're pretty for a dark skinned girl." About three years ago, I walked into Nordstrom to replenish my foundation and concealer. In the back of my mind, I said to myself,"I want to try red lipstick." But, the voice of the person who'd told me my lips were too big and my skin was too dark...


How I'm Learning To Find My Voice As A Women and Entrepreneur

Bianca Lambert

How I'm Learning To Find My Voice As A Women and  Entrepreneur

    Lately, I have been on a quest to find my voice in business and as an individual. I sometimes find myself going down the social media rabbit hole comparing myself and Mae B to company's I admire. "Maybe I'll develop content like theirs," I say to myself before climbing out of the rabbit hole and remember I have to find my voice not emulate someone else's.  When I bump into classmates, childhood friends, or those that know my company, I am met with phrases like, "Girl, you're killin' it." "Your business seems to be going great." The fact that my...